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Wont play dvd i made

Hi,
I have a magnavox (model# MSD124), Im getting movies off the internet and they are avi files, i use a converter (ConvertXto DVD 3), to convert in vob files so I can put on a DVD, but when i put into my dvd player to watch it i get a Disc Error please eject the disc Playback feature may not be available on this disc, but i can play it on 2 other dvd players we have in the house, is there any settings i can get into to set on my dvb player to fix this,please help thank you

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  • clvikings1 Jul 01, 2008

    Thanks for the advice, but i dont think that is the problem, i use anydvd to record the dvds that i rent, the problem is when i get a movie off a sight it is a avi file then i use a converter to convert so i can put on a dvd, the last two movies i got the first worked good in my dvd player but the second movie i converted same way and when i put into my magnavox msd124 i get a Disc Error please eject the disc Playback feature may not be available on this disc, just cant figure it out

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I had that problem too, until I got DVD43 (a freeware program) DVD43 Runs between your conputer DVD player, and then removes the DRM copy guard signal, Before it goes to your copy program.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

  • zimcloud Jul 01, 2008

    There are several different copyguards out there. That's why i use DVD43. It removes more copy protections than anyother I've worked with. Convert X is a good program- you might want to go online and see if there is an update available.

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